SF Tidbits for 9/13/06
- Dark But Shining is in awe of the Bene Gesserit from Frank Herbert’s Dune.
- Jim Kelly writes in to say that the Clarion Foundation is moving their workshop.
- Naomi Novik’s Temeraire books have been optioned by Peter Jackson. [via The Alien Online]
- Seed Magazine examines the science fiction scene in China.
- Check out James Cameron’s 1978 independent short film Xenogenesis.
- Although set up to pimp their DVD selling site, the DVD BoxOffice blog has a decent list of The Early Years of Science Fiction Films.
- Sci Fi Wire interviews Jon Courtenay Grimwood.
- Meme Therapy interviews artist Dominic Harman.
- SciFi Weekly’s Site of the Week: The webiste of artist Stephen Hickman.
- SciFi Wire profiles Joe Haldeman’s A Separate War and Other Stories.
- The adaptation of Steven Gould’s young-adult novel, Jumper, will be the first of a trilogy.
- RetroCrush offers The Best Zombie films of All Time and The Worst Superhero Costumes of All Time
- John @ The Movie Blog does not like Blade Runner. I’m just sayin’…
- Lou Anders (read his SF Signal interview) offers his Three Laws of Editing.
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